The only thing worse than making a costly mistake is failing to fix it, but this is often a lot easier said than done when you’re running your own business.
Small businesses may not be able to pay the same salaries as big corporations, but they can use other strategies to attract and retain top employees.
Failing to follow mandatory procurement procedures can render an otherwise lawful contract invalid and unenforceable – and potentially justify compensation.
Groupon’s fall from grace is an excellent case study in how short-term growth can’t hide a broken business model forever.
The Constitutional Court has ended a long-standing battle over the “deemed employment” of temporary workers, but the ruling raises even more questions.